September 16 - 22, 2013 Vol. 16 — No. 22

Top Stories

  • Brian France: 10 years at the wheel

    After his first decade on the job, NASCAR's Chairman and CEO discusses the sport, his management style and the future.

  • IOC hands Bach power, challenges

    Thomas Bach arrived in Argentina as the president of Germany's Olympic Committee and left as the ninth president of the International Olympic Committee. He takes with him a host of challenges ranging from the rising costs of staging the Games to concerns about Sochi in 2014 and Rio in the 2016.

  • With 2024 choice ahead, is time right for U.S. bid?

    The moment Tokyo was selected to host the 2020 Olympics, International Olympic Committee members and bid consultants began looking ahead to the campaign for the 2024 Summer Games and, in particular, whether the U.S. would mount a bid.

  • Pac-12 venues to get AT&T wireless boost

    AT&T will make the Pac-12 the first major college conference to update all of its football stadiums and basketball arenas with full wireless capability. Also as part of sponsorship agreement, AT&T will provide carriage for the Pac-12 Networks on U-verse and become an official corporate sponsor across all 12 schools.

  • How StubHub build a home in sports

    Once an outlier in a sales channel that many in the industry dismissed or ignored, StubHub brought scale and trust to the secondary market and has graduated to the mainstream of sports and entertainment, viewed similarly to long-accepted ticket providers on the primary market.

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